ART SALE TO BENEFIT
ARTISTS OF THE AURORA
VICTOR KLASSEN PAINTINGS
PAPER, CANVASS AND BOARD

Artists of the Aurora painter Victor Klassen painted the seminal image of the multi-faceted installation, Have You Seen My Sister? Now, a collection of his paintings is available for sale in Toronto with works spanning 2000-2017. In addition to these paintings, smaller as yet unsigned works are also available. Cards with the image of Everywoman are also available for sale. A portion of the proceeds will go towards funding projects of the Artists of the Aurora. To purchase cards, please visit our online shop.

Victor Klassen was born in rural Manitoba, the youngest of 15 in a Mennonite family. His father was a preacher man and his mother was a hell-raiser. For the past 25 years, Victor has lived in Valle de Bravo, Mexico, where he settled, married and raised a family. He works in wood, bronze sculpture, sculptural furniture and acrylic paintings. His work has been shown in galleries in Mexico, Canada, China and the U.S.A. A long time activist, Victor has campaigned for the preservation of the forest and for water rights. For this sale, Victor has donated a portion of the proceeds of his paintings to furthering the work of Artists of the Aurora. His painting, Everywoman, is the foundational image of the group’s installation, Have You Seen My Sister?

Victor Klassen's bio